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Onen, pl. onenim (oh-nayn,oh-nih-neem) — Person whose close relative has died and has not yet been buried; an onen may not do mitzvot until after the burial
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When Shiv'a Ends
When Shiv'a Ends: Onen
An onen ends shiv’a (and shloshim) with the household head...
Being an Onen
Being an Onen: Saying Kaddish
Some communities have the custom of an onen’s saying kaddish....
Being an Onen
Onen Restrictions
An onen is prohibited from doing positive mitzvot so as not to be...
Being an Onen
Onen Traveling with Body
An onen who accompanies a body to a foreign country for burial may...
When Shiv'a Ends
When Shiv'a Ends: Non-Onen Who Finds Out Later
If you do not hear about someone’s death for 30 days after the...
Mourning: Who Must Mourn
Mourning: Who Must Mourn: Before Burial/Onen
From the time of death until burial, the seven relatives are...
When Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Starts
When Shiv'a (and Shloshim) Starts: Normal Days
Shiv’a ( and shloshim) starts for a mourner who:...
Mourning: Who Must Mourn
Mourning: Who Must Mourn: No Onenut on Shabbat and Jewish Festivals
One is not an  onen   whenever a body may not be buried, such...

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